Healthy Harold gives students with ASD a helping hand IMAGE Catholic Schools

Healthy Harold gives students with ASD a helping hand

January 15, 2018 Kat Boehringer

A new resource aimed at students with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and anxiety will enable more children to access vital health and safety education.

Tips for navigating peer relationships in primary school IMAGE Catholic Schools

Tips for navigating peer relationships in primary school

January 12, 2018 Emily Wilson

Who you surround yourself with is a reflection of you and your values - and there is an important lesson in teaching your children to choose their friends wisely.

In the footsteps of St Mary MacKillop IMAGE Catholic Schools

In the footsteps of St Mary MacKillop

January 10, 2018 Bernadette Gibson

This year, CSO staff, principals and teachers stepped out in faith in the footsteps of St Mary of the Cross MacKillop and walked the ‘Aussie Camino’ from Portland to Penola.

Four pieces of practical advice every parent can give their child when they start high school. IMAGE Catholic Schools

Four pieces of practical advice every parent can give their child when they start high school.

January 10, 2018 Emily Wilson

Anyone that has undergone secondary education will confirm that high school is nothing like the movies depict it to be.

‘One-stop’ Catholic education’s on offer at Chisholm IMAGE Catholic Schools

‘One-stop’ Catholic education’s on offer at Chisholm

January 10, 2018 Tracey Edstein

Chisholm’s Alison and Darren Jackson are the proud parents of three sons – William, Mitchell and Christian.

Opportunity’s knocking for formation in schools IMAGE Catholic Schools

Opportunity’s knocking for formation in schools

January 10, 2018 Bernadette Gibson

My role of Education Officer in Spirituality and Formation emerged in 2015 from a recommendation in the review of the Teaching of Religion in Secondary Education in 2012.

The importance of teaching your child to think critically IMAGE Catholic Schools

The importance of teaching your child to think critically

January 09, 2018 Clay Burke

Critical thinking is the objective analysis and evaluation of an issue in order to make a judgement. Apart from this clinical dictionary definition, what use does critical thinking play in the development of your children?

Overcoming first-day nerves IMAGE Catholic Schools

Overcoming first-day nerves

January 08, 2018 Ashleigh Banks

They say preparation is key and that couldn’t be more true for your child’s first day of school.